A classic villain's story of retirement; a live interactive theatre and film production

What We Are Doing!

 

An interactive theatre performance taking place at the live art space, The Island, in central Bristol.

 

The audience are invited to a screening of a documentary on the infamous super villain, The Joker. The superhero days now long gone and bereft of an adversary, The Joker lives out a washed up retirement. Until now, The Joker is making one more attempt to take to the stage, as a stand up comedian.

 

The screening will take place in The Joker's own flat, where the audience can marvel at a variety of gadgets, gizmos and oddities accumulated by The Joker, meet The Clown Prince face-to-face, along with the documentary film-maker, Lewis Parker, and then settle into the premiere of The Jokes Over, followed by a dramatic live finale.

 

The project is a comedy drama for anyone over 16 (there will be some mild violence and swearing). We are constructing a purpose-built set and an assortment of interactive toys and props, and working with the actors to provide a great improvised and immersive experience.

 

What We Need!

 

To help us raise enough money to cover the costs of materials, props, and a small fee to the actors, as well as money for hiring the space, we would greatly appreciate a small donation!

 

The production will take place from 8th-10th May. We will have up to 3 shows a day for up to 15 people at each performance, so there will be plenty of chance to come along!

 

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By: Michael Sides · 3 years, 3 months ago

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